Pan Pacific Singapore

Singapore's stylish city spot
Situated on Singapore’s stunning Marina Bay, where by day the deep blue waters of the South China Sea sparkle, and by night the bright lights of the skyscrapers illuminate a dazzling downtown flush with historic landmarks and modern architectural marvels, chic Pan Pacific Singapore promises a stylish stay in one of the Lion City’s most vibrant districts.

With so much food at your fingertips — room service is also available 24 hours a day — you might feel the need to burn a few calories during your stay. Facilities at the luxury Singapore hotel include a round-the-clock fitness center, two tennis courts and the fully equipped St. Gregory spa.

Sightseeing by foot in Marina Bay and the neighboring colonial district is also a cinch, with noteworthy attractions like the Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel, remarkable Asian Civilisations Museum and popular nightlife areas of Boat Quay and Clarke Quay all within short walking distance.
The Rooms
  • Following an extensive refurbishment in 2012 that touched everything from its sweeping lobby to its spacious guest rooms and suites, this 790-room Singapore hotel offers the latest luxuries and modern comforts.
  • Expansive windows, high ceilings and unique seating pods suspended over water in the lobby-level Atrium bar make a big first impression, one that certainly carries over to its well-appointed accommodations.
  • Cool and contemporary, all guest rooms and suites share such common amenities as flat-screen LCD televisions, coffee and tea facilities and gorgeous Hansgrohe fixtures in a walk-in rain shower.
  • The slew of elite perks that come with Pacific Club rooms, include late checkout, laundry and butler service, mini-bar refreshments and access to the sky-high Pacific Club on the 38th floor.
The Restaurants
  • In a city where local cuisine is arguably one of the top attractions, Pan Pacific Singapore does not disappoint with its own stable of casual and fine-dining restaurants.
  • There’s something to suit all tastes, from authentic Indian fare at Rang Mahal and Japanese delicacies at Keyaki, to Hai Tien Lo’s exquisite Cantonese and Pacific Marketplace’s grab-and-go salads and sandwiches.
  • Don’t miss Sunday brunch at open-kitchened Edge, which serves a decadent spread of suckling pig, Alaskan king crab, Iberico ham and much more with a free flow of champagne and other alcoholic beverages.
Getting There
7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595
SIN (16-26 min)  
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